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Labour Court Powers and Functions

Labour Court Powers and Functions

Labour Court, Powers and Functions The key purpose of industrial relations system are to supply a framework within which the divergence intrinsic in a worker and employer relationship may be peacefully set on. For this purpose the labour court under section 44 of the ordinance has been established which secures the rights of both employer & workmen. Relevant Provision: Section 44, 45, 47 of Industrial Relation Act 2012. Establishment of Labour court: It is to be established by provincial Government…

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International Labour Organization (ILO)

International Labour Organization (ILO)

International Labour Organization (ILO): The (ILO) is specialized agency of the United Nations system which seeks promotion of social justice and internationally recognized human & labour rights. It formulates international labour standards. These standards take the form of Conventions & Recommendations, which set minimum standards in field of fundamental labour rights. i.e. freedom of association, right to organize, right to CB, abolition of forced labour, equality of opportunity & treatment, as well as other standards spanning across the entire spectrum…

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Eviction from Residential Accommodation

Eviction from Residential Accommodation

Eviction from Residential Accommodation: Workman is an individual who is working in either industrial or commercial organization to perform any skilled or unskilled effort or any labour-intensive of secretarial work for which he is hired or reward to. When workman is guilty of any misconduct, he might be under Industrial & Commercial Employment (Standing Orders) Ordinance, 1968, (SO 16), be terminated & all the amenities allowed to him would be taken from him i.e. he may be evicted from residential…

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Classification of Workman and joint management counsel

Classification of Workman and joint management counsel

Classification of Workman: Person employed in any industrial or commercial establishment to do any skilled or unskilled work or any manual or clerical work for hire or reward is known as workmen. Industrial & Commercial Employment Ordinance 1968 sub-section (i) of Section 2. Purpose of Classification: It is essential for determining these respective rights & obligations & other matters covered by various S.O, especially termination of service, punishment procedure or financial benefits. Nature of work & time factor are the…

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